Singers Lucille and Johnny, whose radio show is sponsored by Oldsmobile, are invited to visit the Olds factory to see why the product is superior. While touring the plant, Johnny becomes concerned that another visitor is a Martian spy dedicated to subverting Earth's autonomy. Some might call this film a McCarthyite allegory; others a slow-moving plant tour. Story: Gordon Miller. Camera: John Niklasch. Sound: Ray Esh. Editor: John Cook. Director: Lewis D. Collins. With Lucille and Johnny... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Automobiles: Advertising, Automobiles: Manufacturing, Cold War
This Cold War-era cartoon uses humor to tout the dangers of Communism and the benefits of capitalism. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Cold War, Animation: Advertising, Capitalism
This is a short puppet animation from the Dutch puppet animation 'factory' Dollywood. Raised by Joop Geesink and now part of the Dutch historie of puppet-animation. It is an advertising-clip and translated the name is "The Nightmare". There are no spoken words in it, only at the beginning and at the end there are some Dutch words. At the end: "Philips Philishave zowel met 1 als 2 ronde scheerhoofden". Topics: philips, philishave, advertising, puppet, animation, joop geesink, dollywood, nachtmerrie, nightmare
This puppet-animation is from 1948 and created by the Dutch puppet-animation factory "Dollywood", raised by Joop Geesink. It is in techni-color with a soundtrack. The story is a fairy tale about a kingdom and a young prince which is cursed by a witch and gets a beard. Nobody can cut this beard and all men in the kingdom should have a beard. Then, when the child-prince is about 18 years old they find a solution in a Philips Philishave. Very funny fairy tale and marvelous... Topics: philips, philishave, advertising, puppet, animation, joop geesink, dollywood, fairy tale, sprookje,...